This enticing Pinot Noir's ripe flavors of cherry, raspberry, and cassis will make it hard not to fall crazy in love at first taste. Fittingly, the grapes were grown in the romantic Pays d'Oc vineyards of Southern France, then tenderly crafted into this fine example that combines elegance with depth. This is the perfect wine to drink with someone you're trying desperately to woo — one sip and you'll have their heart forever. Match it with a lovingly prepared honey-roasted duck or mushroom risotto.
Languedoc: The region of Languedoc produces more wine than anywhere else in the world, some years even more than all states in the US combined! The fruit in this wine was planted on the foothills of the "Black Mountains" close to the medieval city of Carcassonne. This elevation and cooler climate allows the pinot noir to mature gently and boast traditional qualities of this varietal, which has been grown here for thousands of years.